Quantitative variations of indolyl compounds including IAA, IAA-aspartate and serotonin in walnut microcuttings during root induction View Full Text


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DATE

1997-01

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F. Gatineau, J.G. Fouché, C. Kevers, J.F. Hausman, T. Gaspar

ABSTRACT

Shoots of the hybrid walnut Juglans nigra x Juglans regia contained serotonin in the micromole range and indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) in the nanomole range. The serotonin level fell by 40 % in 12 h in auxin (IBA) treated whole shoots and then reincreased to a maximum (50 %over the control) after 36 h. The same pattern was followed in the top portions of the shoot but in the shoot bases, serotonin always remained under the control level. The early decrease of serotonin was correlated with an increase in IAA-aspartate. The early decrease and peaking of the serotonin level preceded and corresponded to the increase and peaking of free IAA in the shoot bases. The initial serotonin pool in treated-to-root shoots might thus suffice for the biosynthesis of IAA and IAA-conjugated compounds. Because of its auxin-like properties, the early serotonin peak might be taken into consideration as an endogenous auxin signal for rooting in the present material. If this turns out to be so, the rooting signal for the shoot bases necessarily should come from the apices. More... »

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131-137

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